9 Ideas to Streamline Your Onboarding Process

Onboarding is a company’s first opportunity to make a great impression on new employees. Typically, onboarding is considered finished once an employee has gone through some sort of orientation followed by a training course or program, depending on the company.


In common understanding “onboarding” and “orientation” tend to be considered the same thing, although they are different. Onboarding is the entire process a new employee undergoes upon hire including training and formality processes like orientation. Orientation is an introduction or “crash course” in the new company and a glimpse into the role a new hire will be taking.


To make your onboarding more successful overall, and to propel your new employees into a successful role, we’ve come up with these nine ideas to improve your company onboarding process.

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